A common framework and an overall methodology for constructing the Transformational-Gender Action Plans (T-GAPs) can be shared by all implementing institutions, in order to foster a sustainable transformational change:
Undertaking primary data collection (mostly quantitative, through an online survey on career paths, work environments and work-life balance issues for instance)
Collecting and analysing quantitative secondary data
Reviewing national and institutional agendas, policies, procedures and practices, as well as European recommendations
Carrying out quantitative and qualitative assessments at the local level through site visits and/or focus groups.
Then, given the very different national settings, local cultures and types of institutions, diverse implementation strategies will need to be adopted for ensuring tailored, effective and sustainable T-GAPs.
Find below the steps and templates and how-to guides that might help you plan your actions: